Thursday, October 17, 2019
ANTIGONISH: The province’s municipal affairs department is looking into best practices for a local arena commission. Following a regular monthly meeting of council for the Municipality of the County of Antigonish, Warden Russell Boucher said one of the topics at...
ANTIGONISH: It looks like an annual hockey tradition at a local university is back on. On February 19, the StFX Student Union announced the annual BurMac Cup hockey game is set to return to the Keating Millennium Centre on March...
ST. PETER'S: From visiting friends and relatives to getting goods to market, people rely on roads, bridges and highways to support a vibrant economy and a great quality of life. Investing in modern transportation infrastructure helps create jobs and...
ANTGONISH: Bishop Brian Dunn of the Diocese of Antigonish will be among 10 Atlantic Canadian Roman Catholic bishops meeting with Pope Francis and other papal officials in their Ad Limina visit taking place March 11-22. Ad Limina visits are a tradition,...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A local society dedicated to supporting the unique needs of adults with intellectual and physical disabilities in the Strait area is preparing to revamp its facility and business offerings. The Regional Occupational Centre (ROC) Society will be remodeling...
D’ESCOUSSE: A Richmond County resident has received a special honour from Elections Nova Scotia (ENS), to commemorate 54 years of service that landed him the unofficial title of Canada’s longest-serving electoral officer. Shortly after participating in what was likely his...
ARICHAT: Family, friends and municipal councillors are each remembering Lorenzo Boudreau in their own way, nearly two weeks after the former Arichat businessman and Richmond County historian passed away at the age of 94. A moment of silence was held...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Three decades of service to the Royal Canadian Legion, which saw her become the first woman to assume one of the organization’s top regional posts, were among the many community contributions made by a local resident who...
RIVER BOURGEOIS: People got the chance to have their say about highway twinning and tolls. On February 22, the Tara Lynne Community Centre in River Bourgeois hosted a public consultation regarding the province’s twinning feasibility study. Attendees shared a number of...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre was the latest stop, on February 23, for the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal’s (DTIR) public consultations asking the public if they support using tolls to accelerate the timeline for highway...


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